The Drugs Monitoring Platform is managed by the Paris Pact Programme and the Afghan Opiate Trade Project of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and supported by the UNODC Regional Office for Central Asia (ROCA).

The Platform is a unique global online tool for collecting, monitoring and sharing a wide range of drug and law enforcement related data and features an interactive online mapping resource allowing for multi-level analysis. The Platform has the capacity to show on one map up to 500 of the latest drug and precursors cases registered within the system overlaid with multiple indicators.

The Drugs Monitoring Platform can inform on drug trends and enables the generation of national, regional and international pictures on drug trafficking, including the early identification of drug trafficking routes and related branches.

The Platform provides real-time information and analysis on illicit drugs, including details on trafficking as well as the cultivation and production of illicit opiates. This information includes up-to-date drug and precursor seizure news, details of drug and precursor prices and data related to opium poppy cultivation in Afghanistan. The Platform also contains details on a variety of other indicators including a directory of law enforcement actors linked to drug seizure cases recorded within the Platform, a mapping of law enforcement training institutions, complete with individual profiles, a pilot database for law enforcement training, border crossing points, and a pilot function to support the World Health Organization (WHO)/UNODC Substance Use Disorder Treatment Facility Survey.
(Most of the non-seizure information contained in the Platform focuses on Europe, West and Central Asia. The Drugs Monitoring Platform uses several regional and sub regional designations. These are not official designations. West and Central Asia is defined as: Afghanistan, Islamic Republic of Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.)

Currently, over 204,000 drug seizure cases are registered on the Platform, all with geographic coordinates to pinpoint their location.

Developments along trafficking routes underline the importance of cooperation between countries, regions and organisations and the necessity to adapt to evolving threats along these routes to promote inter-regional connectivity. An increased availability of data is fundamental to enable an informed response by national, regional and international stakeholders.

Cooperating Partners
The term cooperating partners constitutes stakeholders who input or share information integrated into the Drugs Monitoring Platform. Information sharing mechanisms can be developed upon request or on a case-by-case basis.

COOPERATING PARTNERS


                           
 
THE DRUGS MONITORING PLATFORM IS MADE POSSIBLE THANKS TO THE GENEROUS CONTRIBUTIONS OF:


Austria  France  India  Japan   Norway  Russian Federation  Turkey  United Kingdom  United States of America
 
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

The Drugs Monitoring Platform contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations Development Agenda 2030.
3. GOOG HEALTH AND WELL-BEING   5. ACHIEVE GENDER EQUALITY AND EMPOWER ALL WOMEN AND GIRLS   16. PEACE, JUSTICE AND STRONG INSTITUTIONS